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May 13, 2020 | by Laura Miller
Teaching without a textbook isn’t a new phenomenon, but the work and research involved in curating sources can seem overwhelming. Here are eight reasons why it’s worth taking the plunge!
Laura Miller began working at Columbus Academy in 2007 and has been in her current role as eighth-grade social studies teacher since 2011. In addition, Laura is the Rainey S. Taylor History Chair, yearbook advisor, middle school community coordinator, and global studies coordinator. Laura and her husband Drew reside in the Short North with their dog, Buddha, and cat, Kiki.
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